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Citroën has a new corporate logo

It is bold and dynamic and about to bring a new energy to a brand that has been around for 103 years.

The new brand signature, “Nothing Moves Us Like Citroën”, will be used selectively in corporate and product communications and activities.

The elegant new emblem signposts the brand’s transition and evolution and will debut at the end of September on a significant conceptual Citroën family vehicle. Versions of it will then progressively enhance future Citroën production and concept vehicles from mid-2023 on. The prominent, enhanced vertical oval will introduce a new direction in design language in which the visually prominent badge will become an immediately recognizable signature element of all Citroën models.

Citroën CEO Vincent Cobée says, “As we embark on probably the most exciting chapter in our illustrious 103-year history, the time is right for Citroën to adopt a modern and contemporary new look. Our new identity is an elegant symbol of progress as we move our customers physically in daring, forward-looking vehicles that challenge traditional industry rules, and emotionally by ensuring their entire experience, particularly going electric, is more affordable, comfortable and enjoyable whatever their wants and needs. Our legacy of inspiring consumers with daring and revolutionary vehicles is energising us to adopt a different, more inclusive approach to future family mobility, and we firmly believe that customers past, present and future will agree that nothing moves us like Citroën.”

Significantly, the more prominent, enhanced vertical oval will initiate a new direction in product design language in which the visually prominent badge will become an immediately recognizable signature element of all Citroën models.

Laurent Barria, head of Citroën marketing and communication says, “By embracing our roots and reinterpreting our identity in a modern way, we are sending a clear message to everyone that while we’re staying true to our brand DNA, things are changing dramatically at Citroën.

Source: MotorPress

 
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